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Max Heid prepares to continue his Rowing Career at UW

Max Heid prepares to continue his Rowing Career at UW

Owen Hendricks, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


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Seattle Prep Senior, Max Heid, has made headlines this past month attending the U19 National Selection Camp for rowing.  Heid began his rowing career when he was eight years old at the Seattle Rowing Center and Heid said that “starting at a young age has really helped me learn special techniques and...

Panthers on the Path to State Athletics

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018


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              Most Prep students love following Panther athletics. But, there are a fair amount athletic teams competing right now, and it can be hard to follow all of them. With volleyball, girls soccer, cross country, girls swim, girls dive, golf, and football, there is a lot of informati...

Panther Fall Sports Prep for Playoffs

Panther Fall Sports Prep for Playoffs

Owen Hendricks, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018


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The Seattle Prep Fall Sports Season has just got underway, and the Panthers have already seen success on the gridiron, the pitch, the course, and on the court. The Seattle Prep Varsity Football team kicked off their season by going 3-0 against non-conference opponents Carson Graham  B.C., Redmond,...

The Mariners the Definiton of Seattle Sports Heartbreak

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018


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Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez, Joey Cora, Jay Buhner, Ichiro Suzuki… All names that are from the last time the Mariners were in the playoffs, that was 2001, which also happens to be the longest current postseason drought in any of the four major sports in the US ( MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL). It is no...

Senior Athletes Look to Translate Success to College Level

Mark McClean, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018


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Fourteen Senior athletes Aaron Yuan, Sergei Jacobs, Sophie Hirst, Kalu Stricklin, Jaxon Woodward, Clayton Thompson, Joe Sheh, Charles Sheh, Jamie Brennan, Connor Brennan, Emma Conaty, Nic Lynch, Brent Fisher, and Taylor Nielson are set to  compete in their respective sports collegiately. Sophie Hirst...

Spring Sports at a Glance

Owen Hendricks, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


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As the Spring Sports Season comes to a close, its time to look back on the Panthers past Sports Season and see each program’s effort to make the state tournament. The boys soccer team wrapped up their regular season with ten wins, three losses, and two ties (10-3-2). Senior Captain, Owen Tabbutt,...

The Best Things Come in Pairs

The Best Things Come in Pairs

Myles Nowak, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


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Two sets of 2 twins at 1 college – what are the odds? Both the Brennan brothers and the Sheh brothers have decided to go to Occidental College in California and run for the Men’s Cross Country team. All four of them have done  cross-country since their freshman year and grown close in the process. Conor...

Ethan Cantrell: King of the Mound

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer

May 20, 2018


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Ethan Cantrell doesn’t hold the title of ace on the Seattle Prep baseball team, but his numbers sure do suggest that he can command the game and the zone.  Over 23.1 innings Cantrell walked just one batter, gave up three earned runs, and struck out  fifteen. There are a lot of different ways a...

Wage Gap Creates Inequality in Sports

Suzanna Graham, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018


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In the top 100 paid athletes worldwide, only one woman, tennis player Serena Williams, makes the list, ranking in the 51st spot. She makes a whopping €50 million less than soccer player Cristiano Renaldo, who holds the number one spot. The wage gap, though affecting most industries, is especially...

Athletes Taking Knee for Anthem Creates Needed Controversy

Athletes Taking Knee for Anthem Creates Needed Controversy

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


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August 14, 2016-- a day social justice made one of its boldest appearances in sports. It was the first day Colin Kaepernick sat on the bench as the national anthem was performed before a game. His action created some confusion. People wondered if he was disrespecting the military, just wanting a...

Intramural Basketball gets Interesting, Intense

Intramural Basketball gets Interesting, Intense

Mark McClean, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018


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Intramural basketball is quite possibly the most competitive thing that Prep has to offer. Happening at the beginning of lunch on most days, intramural basketball is a place when the prep community can come together as one in a competitive environment. Clark Mcnaul, a forward of the Vanilla Thunder ...

Pushing for the Postseason: Prep Winter Sports Recap

Pushing for the Postseason: Prep Winter Sports Recap

Kate Leahy, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018


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The season of winter sports is finally wrapping up as boys swim, girls bowling and boys and girls basketball have been making postseason appearances throughout the past month. The second-year girls bowling team finished their season on February 3rd with a trip down to Tacoma to participate in a two-d...

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